A new database offers a state-by-state look at guidance on supporting English-learner students and their families amid the global pandemic.
The mere threat of immigration enforcement could have severe consequences for students' mental health, school engagement, grades, and post-high school lives, a new study finds.
Por Nuestros Niños, an education-focused Spanish-language radio show and podcast, could help families navigate an uncertain return to school.
A new report urges districts to pay close attention to how they choose and use technology for students who are not yet fluent in English.
The fight over the rights of undocumented students has its origins in Tyler, a northeast Texas city where municipal leaders feared their school system would be overrun with immigrant families and students.
An estimated 15,000 educators in U.S. schools are recipients of DACA, the Obama-era program that allows immigrants who were brought to the United States as children to avoid deportation.
Native-language assessments may more fully reflect what English-language learners know and can do academically after months away from school. But not all states offer them.
With schools unable to conduct in-person evaluations, schools must find new ways to determine if students need English-language-learner support services.
More than 40 organizations have signed on to a letter to Congress, requesting $1 billion in aid to help districts and states meet the needs of the nation's nearly 5 million English-learners.
In five northern U.S. states, black students comprise more than a fifth of ELL enrollment.